~L’WREN SCOTT / TIM WALKER . . up-date
so, contrary to what I had thought.
which was quite logical, given the information that first surfaced . . .
Brit-based art & fashion photographer . . TIM WALKER did NOT post that haunting image of colorful dresses hanging from the boughs of a huge old tree.
according to a follow-up media article – the image was “posted” to her Facebook account by her “social media team” – one hour after she was found dead, from self-inflicted hanging.
the clear implication is . . this was her parting thought. and it’s a beautiful one.
one that leads from sadness & death – to new life, new trails, and sweet ‘dreams’.
L’WREN SCOTT left behind a touching, pictorial trail of bread crumbs, and contrary to what that article linked above says, personally I strongly believe it was misguided bullying that took that lovely & personal, very positive and super emotive – ‘parting’ image from us. if a person leaves instructions to post an image, a thought . .
I think to not respect that – is the disgrace.
life and death – have always had shape-shifting dimensions, but never more so, with the advent of the web.
from a tiny tear – a beautiful tree did grow.
it was WRONG to delete L’WREN’S final intentions.
TIM WALKER – “great #inspiration”, “love his #photography #light #colour”.
TIM WALKER, ‘THE DRESS LAMP TREE’, ENGLAND, 2002.
image via MICHAEL HOPPEN CONTEMPORARY